The naturalist Spanish painter, Joaquín Sorolla, achieved the international recognition with the Grand Prix of the Expositition Universelle in 1900. He consolidated a style of his own that gave him a great popularity abroad. In an individual exhibition in London, in 1908, he will meet the multimillionaire and patron of the arts, Archer Milton Huntington, who will commission the work of his life: the decorations of the Hispanic Society of America in New York.
Joaquín Sorolla - Journeys of Light
Visual Arts, Painting
1 x 52'
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